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can i load the persistence.xml in my java code? and the persistence.xml is not in the "META-INF" folder.
how to achieve this?

thanks in adv.
 
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Kevin Pang wrote:can i load the persistence.xml in my java code?



What did you mean by this?
 
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i want to load the persistence.xml by my java source code, not by toplink jpa, so i can load the persistence.xml from outside the jar file directory META-INF.
 
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I found in toplink src class:
oracle.toplink.essentials.ejb.cmp3.EntityManagerFactoryProvider



any solution to modify the persistence configuration file path without change toplink source ?
 
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